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Parliament Passes Cultural Heritage Act, Amends Chemicals Act

Ljubljana, 1 February - The National Assembly passed on Friday an act on cultural heritage, which primarily deals with financing of the protection of cultural heritage. The 54:22 vote came after the coalition failed to consider opposition amendment proposals. Parliament moreover amended the chemicals act, bringing it in line with the REACH directive.

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From left to right: Ruling Slovenian Democrats deputies Branko Grims, Andrej Brucan and Milenko Ziherl during parliament's session.
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Opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS) deputy Ljubo Germic during parliament's session.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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Opposition Liberal Democrats (LDS) deputy Jozef Skolc during parliament's session.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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Opposition National Party (SNS) deputies Zmago Jelincic (left) and Srecko Prijatelj during parliament's session.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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Opposition Liberal democrats (LDS) deputy Ljubo Germic during parliament's session.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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Opposition Social Democrats (SD) deputies Milan M. Cvikl (right) and Majda Potrata during parliament's session.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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Opposition Social Democrats (SD) deputy Milan M. Cvikl during parliament's session.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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Coalition New Slovenia (NSi) deputies Drago Koren (left) and Anton Kokalj (right) during parliament's session.
Photo: Dejan Mijovic/STA

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